Amending Federal Airport Act. Hearing ... on H.R. 6180

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Page 58 - As a condition precedent to his approval of a project under this Act, the Administrator shall receive assurances in writing, satisfactory to him, that — (1) the airport to which the project relates will be available for public use on fair and reasonable terms and without unjust discrimination...
Page 61 - That it will not exercise or grant any right or privilege which would operate to prevent any person, firm, or corporation operating aircraft on the Airport from...
Page 69 - ... facilities of the airport developed with Federal aid and all those usable for the landing and take-off of aircraft will be available to the United States for use by military and naval aircraft in common with other aircraft at all times without charge, except, if the use by military and naval aircraft shall be substantial, a reasonable share, proportional to such use, of the cost of operating and maintaining the facilities so used...
Page 69 - States without charge (except for light, heat, janitor service, and similar facilities and services at the reasonable cost thereof), such space in airport buildings as may be reasonably adequate for use in connection with any airport...
Page 118 - Airport" means the Washington National Airport, which shall consist of, and include, the tract of land, together with all structures, improvements, and other facilities located thereon, lying partly in the District of Columbia and partly in the State of Virginia, particularly described as follows: Commencing at a point of beginning, said point being the intersection of the property line of property owned by the Richmond, Fredericksburg and Potomac Railroad Company, and dredging base line at station...
Page 61 - ... (2) Purchasing off the airport and having delivered on the airport without entrance fee, delivery fee, or other surcharge for delivery any parts, materials, or supplies necessary for the servicing, repair, or operation of its aircraft: Provided, That the sponsor may make reasonable charges for the cost of any service (including charges for maintenance, operation, and depreciation of facilities and rights-of-way) furnished by the sponsor in connection with the delivery of any parts, materials,...
Page 69 - In any manner (Including the construction, erection, alteration, or growth of any structure or other object thereon) which would create a hazard to the landing, taking-off or maneuvering of aircraft at the Airport, or otherwise limit the usefulness of the Airport.
Page 75 - Operating without burden to the taxpayer, it was created in 1921 by treaty between the two States to deal with the planning and development of terminal and transportation facilities, and to improve and protect the commerce of the Port District.
Page 103 - That the Sponsor may make reasonable charges for the cost of any service (including charges for maintenance, operation and depreciation of facilities and rights-of-way) furnished by the Sponsor in connection with the delivery of any parts, materials or supplies, And Provided Further, That in the case of aviation gasoline and oil purchased off the Airport and delivered to the Airport, the Sponsor may require the aviation gasoline and oil to be stored in specified places, limiting the amount delivered...
Page 69 - ... ordinance and regulations or by the acquisition of easements or other interests in lands or airspace, or by both such methods. With respect to land outside the boundaries of the airport, the Sponsor will also remove or cause to be removed any growth, structure, or other object thereon which would be a hazard to the landing, taking-off, or maneuvering of aircraft at the Airport, or...

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